Cinema: The New Pictures Oct. 13, 1924

"The Story Without a Name." Reported as a prize story, this picture causes chiefly astonishment. It is about as good a picture as the next one but why prizes were presented is obscure. It seizes upon the popular death-ray plot, abducts the U. S. inventor and his heroine under the auspices of a sinister foreign power, and saves them by courtesy of the U. S. Navy in time to preserve the death-ray secret. Agnes Ayres, Antonio Moreno and the dented nose of Louis Wolheim are among those higherup in the cast.

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